Uline is getting ready to open its new 925,000-square-foot East Coast Distribution Center at 8449 Congdon Hill Drive in Alburtis.
Changes to Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage Act take effect starting Aug. 5. The new regulations update how employers pay tipped workers and ensure that salaried employees with fluctuating schedules are properly compensated for overtime.
Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Jennifer Berrier has announced that in-person services for Unemployment Compensation claimants are now available by appointment at all PA CareerLink centers throughout the commonwealth including centers at 555 Union Blvd. in Allentown and at 1920 Kutztown Rd. in Reading.
Phoenix Tube Company Inc., a manufacturer of stainless-steel products, is expanding its operation in Bethlehem which will create at least 30 full-time jobs.
Recent new hires include Tower Health, Morton Brown Family Wealth and more.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pennsylvania, was in Allentown Monday to promote a program at Muhlenberg College aimed at helping former prison inmates get back into the workforce.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry reported that the state’s unemployment rate was down one-tenth of a percentage point over the month to 4.5% in June.
Business owners could be hit with increased taxes starting next year if the state Unemployment Compensation (UC) Trust Fund is not solvent. Alex Halper, director of government affairs for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce, said the chamber is working with legislators to make sure the UC Trust Fund is funded so business owners don’t see […]
Three apprenticeship programs in central Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley are among 14 awarded grants totaling $4.9 million, Gov. Tom Wolf said.
Uline in Allentown is expanding its workforce to meet the increasing demands for its shipping, industrial and packaging products.
Business owners could be hit with increased taxes starting next year if the state Unemployment Compensation (UC) Trust Fund is not solvent.
To address gender equality in the workplace, Cedar Crest College is expanding its Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program to include women’s leadership.